Archive for March, 2011

Musical Memory Box: Burning The Midnight Oil Edition

Posted by MimglowComments Off on Musical Memory Box: Burning The Midnight Oil EditionMar 31, 2011

Wednesday’s Musical Memory Box solution: Wavin’ Flag, K’NAAN, Troubadour, 2009. Stephane Dubord ensures a fight to the finish for the month of March with  some bonus point magic. We had some contrasting comments for K’NAAN’s “Wavin’ Flag”. Serge Leclerc: “Well that was not written by a Conservative that’s for sure. LOL No clue what this […]

Musical Memory Box: Juno Week Near Its End Edition

Posted by MimglowComments Off on Musical Memory Box: Juno Week Near Its End EditionMar 30, 2011

Tuesday’s Musical Memory Box solution: Rockin’ In The Free World, Neil Young, Freedom, 1989. Pierre-Marc Perreault secures the coveted bonus points as the month nears its end. Quick in n’ out…like a good Conservative: “So many wars, settling scores Bringing us promises, leaving us poor I heard them say ‘love is the way’ ‘Love is […]

Musical Memory Box: Absenteeism Edition

Posted by MimglowComments Off on Musical Memory Box: Absenteeism EditionMar 29, 2011

Sunday’s Musical Memory Box solution: Leave It Alone, Moist, Creature, 1996. Karl Bélanger, on the road, gets the bonus points! So what happened yesterday, Music Man? What, too busy to post an MMB? Are we not important enough for you anymore? Is your eye straying? No. No. No. I, ummm, forgot. Yes, I forgot to […]

Musical Memory Box: Juno Night Edition

Posted by MimglowComments Off on Musical Memory Box: Juno Night EditionMar 27, 2011

Saturday’s Musical Memory Box solution: Building A Mystery, Sarah McLachlan, Surfacing, 1997. Stephane Dubord making it tough to beat him once again as he snatches the bonus points from the Lilith Fair demography. I’m surprised I didn’t get a stronger response on this one. Other than Celine Dion or Shania Twain, it’s hard to think […]

Musical Memory Box: Juno Weekend PT 1 Edition

Posted by MimglowComments Off on Musical Memory Box: Juno Weekend PT 1 EditionMar 26, 2011

Friday’s Musical Memory Box solution: The Trees, Rush, Hemispheres, 1978. Andrew Hinde stealing precious points from our top 3 for March. The first time I heard this song in Rock Band 2, I wasn’t 100% convinced that I liked it. It took a few playthroughs to realize this was a Canadian classic. That the maples […]

Musical Memory Box: Juno Friday Edition

Posted by MimglowComments Off on Musical Memory Box: Juno Friday EditionMar 25, 2011

Thursday’s Musical Memory Box solution: Crabbuckit, K-Os, Joyful Rebellion, 2004. Laurie Kempton makes it 2 for 2 during Juno Week! Ok I won’t keep you waiting. Laurie-Anne’s comments on this song were historically funny: “This song was my first introduction to k-os. I decided he and i would never be friends. Every time I hear […]

Musical Memory Box: Juno Theme Week Day 2 Edition

Posted by MimglowComments Off on Musical Memory Box: Juno Theme Week Day 2 EditionMar 24, 2011

Wednesday’s Musical Memory Box solution: Superman’s Song, Crash Test Dummies, The Ghosts That Haunt Me, 1991. Laurie Kempton kicks off Juno Theme Week with the bonus points. This song was their first hit, and “The Ghosts That Haunt Me” won the 1991 Juno for best album. The video for this song also won Best Video […]

Musical Memory Box: Junos Theme Week

Posted by MimglowComments Off on Musical Memory Box: Junos Theme WeekMar 23, 2011

Tuesday’s Musical Memory Box solution: Alive, Pearl Jam, Ten, 1991. Jolene Piche takes the cake! Mmm, cake. Hey all, I wish I had the time to wax poetic about Pearl Jam, but unfortunately I don’t. I leave it to our MMB participants. Oh, and today kicks off our 2nd Theme Week. The Junos are Sunday, […]

Musical Memory Box: Paire de bas Edition

Posted by MimglowComments Off on Musical Memory Box: Paire de bas EditionMar 22, 2011

Monday’s Musical Memory Box solution: Panama, Van Halen, MCMLXXXIV, 1984. Pierre-Marc Perreault continues a great month of March with the bonus points. Van Halen has given us “Panama”, “Jump”, “Right Now”, “Dreams”, and countless other rock staples. But mostly, they’ve given us one of rock’s greatest debates: David Lee Roth or Sammy Haggar?* *Apologies to […]

Musical Memory Box: Low Bandwidth Edition

Posted by MimglowComments Off on Musical Memory Box: Low Bandwidth EditionMar 21, 2011

Saturday’s Musical Memory Box solution: Ahead By A Century, The Tragically Hip, Trouble At The Henhouse, 1996. Marc Dubé, who was the first ever player in MMB when he correctly guessed on a Tragically Hip song, is the only one to get all points today with another Hip song. As I mentioned on my Facebook […]